Hong Kong moves to criminalize insults to Chinese national anthem
The controversial law prescribes jail time and fines for those who disrespect the Chinese national anthem. It has sparked concerns about the growing curbs on freedom of expression in the semi-autonomous city.
Canadian town suffers seal invasion
The village of Roddickton-Bide Arm is grappling with dozens of stranded seals who are blocking roads and businesses. Canadian law bars citizens from approaching marine mammals.
CUPP accuses Buhari, APC of plot to frustrate 2019 polls
The Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP) says, "the only way President Muhammadu Buhari can prove he is not cloned is to come home as a true Nigerian leader and sign the 2018 amended Electoral Bill into law.”
Why the rule of law matters for Nigeria – Legal Expert
On the side-lines of the 58th Annual General Conference Koyinsola Ajayi, Senior Advocate of Nigeria and Managing Partner at Olaniwun Ajayi Legal Practitioners spoke to CNBC Africa to discuss the need for the rule of law to be upheld in Nigeria.
Jailed for a miscarriage: El Salvador's strict abortion laws
In this edition, we head to a country that has some of the world's strictest abortion laws. In El Salvador, abortion is completely outlawed.
Mob justice on the rise in Indonesia
Vigilante violence is on the rise in Indonesia. Many perceive the police to be ineffective in responding to petty crime and decide to take the law into their own hands.